Operas in London

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Operas in London

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  • Karen7
    London, UK681 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This was my first ever visit to OHP and I loved it and left wondering why I'd never been before. We rented a lovely picnic table for informal food and drink and left our stuff there to return for drinks and strawberries in the 30 minute interval. The whole venue was lovely with cushioned mismatched dining chairs on roomy well raked rows with great legroom. Lots of food and drink options, great loos and friendly engaging staff. We watched a fabulous performance of Carmen. I've previously watched this at the Albert Hall and ENO but this was by far my favourite production.
    Guests dressed in everything from silk dresses and linen suits to tshirts and trainers and everyone fitted in and felt comfortable
    Wonderful place I must return soon
    Written 19 June 2022
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  • Ceridwen53
    Chertsey, UK167 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Such a gorgeous theatre and talented singers and orchestra but hated this dystopian version of The Magic Flute. OK, it highlighted the Masonic aspects of the story but lost all sense of magic in the process. Too many black costumes against a black backdrop. Surely Mozart would not have intended this? It just didn't match up to the luscious music and singing which made us almost forget the lack of legroom in the Upper Circle
    Written 13 March 2024
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  • Aerial A
    Gosport, UK26 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I was excited to hear Beethoven's 9th, live at the Royal Abert Hall. The orchestra were amazing but, sadly, the conductor was clearly in a hurry to get home. I have never heard Beethoven's 9th in fast-forward until now. The conductors rapid tempo knocked every ounce of drama, emotion, and suspence from this beautiful piece of music. Very disappointed.
    Written 1 October 2023
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  • Amanda B
    London, UK31 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Wow, what a show, fantastic cast and brilliant story line.Singing was outstanding , shames its not running for longer or id see it again
    Written 30 May 2018
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